Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war. Last Tuesday was nerve-wracking in more ways than one: While most were thinking about the vote they were to cast, a small but insistent population devoted its concern to the votes of others.
For over five centuries a man has presided over the Episcopal Church, a denomination to which more than 2.4 million Americans belong today. Nov. 4 marked a noteworthy milestone for the Episcopal Church, as Katharine Jefferts Schori was invested as presiding bishop.
William Carlos Williams wrote in one of his most famous poems, so much depends / upon / a red wheel / barrow. Emelie Heltsley writes in Variety this week about the multitasking Ole; the multitasking Ole would understand this poem. How could so much depend on something so ordinary?